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Head cold, sore back muscles, pain in right breast. Taken advil. Mammography normal. Causes?

I have had a head cold for about 5 days, feeling better in that category, however I have developed sore muscle along the bra line on my right side back, which travels under my arm towards by right breast . I have had a mamo, just last month, all was fine. I have taken Advil and really did feel any different. The muscle feels hot, but not to the touch??? Just a little concerned because I am traveling.
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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Hi there.

Your problem could be due to two main reasons.
Firstly this coul myalgiaya.....also know as muscle pain which happens along with a viral infection (which you recently had).
If this is case then you need not worry much as it will resolve on its own soon. An anti inflammatory and analgesic like nucoxia will help.

Secondly this might be due to fibromyalgia or fibrofascitis.
In this case I would advise you to take fibromil and pregablin which work wonders.

Kindly stop wearing tight brasserie until the symptoms resolve.

I hope my advice has helped
Good luck
Answered: Sun, 5 Jan 2014
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